Can I take RyanAir to small claims court?

Can I take RyanAir to small claims court?

Re: Taking Ryanair to the small claims court – which court? You are entitled to bring a claim against RyanAir in your local court, except that Irish courts have exclusive jurisdiction in relation to claims under EU Regulation 261/2004 where you have not complied with Articles 15.2. 1 to 15.2.

Can I take legal action against Ryanair?

Last Updated 17th March 2020 . On 5th December 2018 the Civil Aviation Authority (CAA) revealed that it is taking legal action against Ryanair due to their steadfast refusal to pay approximately £50 million in compensation to more than 200,000 passengers following staff strikes.

How do I make a claim against an airline?

You can file a complaint with the airline directly, but make sure to file with the DOT as well. You are encouraged to send us a copy of their complaints. Flyers Rights operates a Toll Free Hotline at 1-877-FLYERS-6. Our hotline provides consumer information, but we do not engage in legal representation.

How long does it take to get a refund from Ryanair?

Ryanair have reported that they have received over 1,000 times the normal volume of flight cancellations, so there is no surprise that we are all experiencing delays getting a refund from Ryanair. That being said, airlines are obliged by law to refund you within seven days of a flight cancellation.

Do I get a refund if my flight is Cancelled?

Cancelled Flight – A passenger is entitled to a refund if the airline cancelled a flight, regardless of the reason, and the passenger chooses not to travel.

Can I change my Ryanair flight for free?

Free flight changes can be made in respect of the route, date and time of the original flight. Only one free change is permitted per booking. To make a flight change, go to the ‘My Bookings’ section of the Ryanair website, or contact the Ryanair Group reservation centre.